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Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon

Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault co-hosted the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Montreal last year, culminating in a Biodiversity Agreement. The commitments in that agreement are threatened by proposed amendments to Bill S-5, currently under study by the House Environment Committee. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault co-hosted the United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Montreal last year, culminating in a Biodiversity Agreement. The commitments in that agreement are threatened by proposed amendments to Bill S-5, currently under study by the House Environment Committee. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The legislative solution is to make pollution-prevention planning mandatory for all cancer-causing agents listed in CEPA, and forbid pollution abatement as a substitute, write Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
The legislative solution is to make pollution-prevention planning mandatory for all cancer-causing agents listed in CEPA, and forbid pollution abatement as a substitute, write Joseph F. Castrilli and Fe de Leon. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay